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Mechanicsburg High School honors graduates


The Mechanicsburg High School Class of 2013 included the following graduates:

Ian-Taylor Lawrence Franklin Ainsworth, Caleb Lynn Anderson, Shelby Leo’Ann Anguay, Tiffany Rochelle Arvin, Brandon James Ambrose Barclay, Alexander Scott Biggs, Cary Reese Binz, Ted Austin Black, Jonathan Brandon Lee Bowers, Jack Ritchie Butcher, Alexandra Taylor Caryl, Benjamin Ogden Chapman, Kristin Marie Chapman, Hayley Michelle Cochran, Michael Anthony Coleman, Andrew Michael Detwiler, Shelby Victoria Diamond, Patrick Craig Dillon, Brooke Aurelia Dodane, Remington Maxwell Peyton Erwin,

Katie M. Fifield, Audrey Paige Foster, Joel Austin Frost, Robert Dillon Fruchey, Michayla Dayanara Fuller, Brittney Nichol Grider, Katelyn Rose Growdon, James Arthur Hall III, David Ray Heckman II, Shaela Rae Helms, Sierra Danielle Hoermle, Corey Eugene Hosier, Jordan Elizabeth Howells, Jordan Lynn Hux, Cody Jacob Jessee, Savannah Katelyn Kent, Jacob Gregory Kielich, Darian Elizabeth Lanum, Roger Allen Dale Law, Dylan Lee Loveless, Lindsey Elizabeth Marsh, Timothy Joseph McMahill, Kristine Rae McNicol, Rachael Clare Meyer,

Austin James Milledge, Brandon Matthew Miller, David Jonathan Miller, Dominic Alexander Miller, Gabbriel Nicole Mulkey, Justin Thomas Murphy, Maggie Leann Neer, Courtney Jo Newsome, Evan James Nott, Joseph Allen Pelfrey, Zachary Aaron Pope, Joshua James Price, Morgan Victoria Price, Cory Jase Edward Rausch, Kelly Marie Louise Ann Rice, Courtney Rae Romero, Kassidie Rae Roudebush, Travis Andrew Rousculp,

Aliyah Shauntell Sanford, Katlyn Bea Shanahan, Aaron Lee Spence, Riley Darion Spurlock, Elyjah Aaryn Stapleton, Kyle Layne Stephens, Juslynn Jane Stockwell, Steven Lee Taylor, Adam McCoy Tilley, Cody Leroy Tull, Courtney Morghen Turner, Tyler Lee Tuttle, Colin David Vernon, Scott Tyler Waldvogel, David Grayson Walls, Brandon Alan Welch, Kory Shannon Widay, Destinee Renee Woodfork-Shoemaker ans Emilee Marie Wright.

Scholarship recipients included:

Hayley Marie Cochran, daughter of Jill Cochran and Joseph Cochran, will attend Heidelberg University. She accepted a $16,000 scholarship from Heidelberg.

Brooke Aurelia Dodane, daughter of Heath and Christie Dodane, will attend Southeastern Illinois College. She accepted a full tuition scholarship of $12,500 annually from Southeastern Illinois.

Remington Maxwell Peyton Erwin, son of Rob Erwin and Kari Eckard, will attend the College of the Ozarks. He accepted a full tuition scholarship of $17,900 annually from the College of the Ozarks.

Katie Fifield, daughter of Adren and Megumi Fifield, will attend Wright State University. Katie accepted a $6,000 scholarship from Wright State.

Michayla Dillon Fuller, daughter of Shannon Metz and Terry Fuller, will attend Wright State University. She accepted $12,500 in scholarships from a valedictorian scholarship and competitive honors scholarships from Wright State.

Corey Eugene Hosier, son of Thomas and Nicole Hosier, will attend the University of Toledo. He accepted a $6,500 scholarship from Toledo.

David Heckman II, son of David Heckman and Deborah Heckman, will attend Urbana University. He accepted a $10,000 scholarship from Urbana.

Jordan Lynn Hux, daughter of Jason and Tammy Hux, will attend Heidelberg University. Jordan has accepted a $10,000 scholarship from Heidelberg.

Maggie Neer, daughter of Kevin and Stacey Neer, will attend Black Hawk College. She accepted in excess of $64,000 in scholarships from Black Hawk, the Champaign County Farm Bureau, the Champaign County Cattlemen and White’s Ford Scholarship.

Zach Pope, son of Tim and Amy Pope, will attend Marietta College. Zach accepted a $15,500 scholarship from Marietta.

Morgan Victoria Price, daughter of Cynthia Price-Westfall and Eric Price, will attend Otterbein University. She accepted $20,000 in scholarships from a presidential scholarship and the Otterbein Legacy Scholarship.

Courtney Rae Romero, daughter of Mindy and Patrick Romero, will attend Florida Southern University. She accepted $9,000 in scholarships from a Thrift Scholarship and Florida Southern.

Katlyn Shanahan, daughter of Bob and Melissa Shanahan, will attend Capital University. Katlyn accepted a $19,000 scholarship from Capital.

David Walls, son of Anthony and Danielle Walls, will attend Michigan State University. He accepted $11,000 in scholarships from a University Scholars Award and a Presidential Study Abroad Scholarship


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